Whether it's governments waging wars, abortionists chopping up babies for parts, Islamists shooting up the office Christmas party, or just your good old black on black crime, one thing is certain. We live in violent and dangerous world.
It should come as no surprise to any of us then, that there are people who find this quite disturbing. We might even perhaps consider it understandable that people would seek to deny the very reality of the situation, and live off in some kind of fantasy world. That would be fine, if they weren't given the ballot box by which to enforce their fantasy world on the rest of us.
I wrote yesterday of a rather grim outlook for libertarians. Even if they eschew both ballot and bullet, can the reality detached fool really be considered innocent? When one takes to wires and airwaves to spread ideas contrary to reality, which result inevitably in catastrophic outcomes, political action, and death - is it not the equivalent of recklessly waving a gun around? Is throwing liberals out of helicopters, just for being liberals, justice?
No doubt, a bunch of autistic left libertarians are lined up around the block to tell me no. Her kneejerk reaction is "free speech" as if that means a damn thing. She will say "that's not libertarian" as if that were an argument. Thus she is helicopter worthy.
But perhaps I'm just in a dark (enlightenment) place right now. Perhaps by the time the show airs I'll cheer up. I don't even know why I make these blog posts. In other news, 44 boys is too many, say a bunch of young twats who are thankfully too young to vote. Julie Borowski responds. Despite a total narrative collapse over the San Bernardino shooting, Barack Obama continues to coddle Islamists and try to ban guns. Is this an attempt by r-selected liberal vermin to introduce more random mortality into the habitat?
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